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Students keep pointing to the last shot in TAXI DRIVER, as well as the final crane in GONE WITH THE WIND.... Those might be of help?

~Bjorn
 
Dr. Bjorn Ingvoldstad
Assistant Professor of Media Studies & Communication Technologies
Department of Communication Studies
Bridgewater State College
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From: Film and TV Studies Discussion List on behalf of Scott Wilson
Sent: Mon 10/13/2008 4:03 PM
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Subject: [SCREEN-L] God's-Eye POV



Dear all;
a student of mine is engaged in a research project exploring the history, use and implications of the God (or God's-Eye) POV shot. We've ticked off the usual suspects (Hitchcock; Von Trier etc) and are wondering if you know of any examples off-hand, or of any attempts to theorise this shot in particular?

Best,
Scott.

Dr. Scott Wilson
Programme Co-Ordinator: Performing and Screen Arts Theory.
Screen Studies Co-Ordinator & Lecturer
School of Performing and Screen Arts
Unitec New Zealand
Te Whare Wananga o Wairaka
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Auckland, New Zealand
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